The Spanish national football team has completed its first training on Monday to prepare for matches against Wales and England, the latter corresponding to the League of Nations, in a session in which Luis Enrique Martínez has had up to eight players from the U21 team.
Mikel Oyarzabal, Unai Simón, Unai Núñez, Jesús Vallejo, Igor Zubeldia, Pape Cheikh, Alfonso Pedraza and Fabián Ruiz have practiced with the absolute in the City of Soccer of Las Rozas (Madrid), where the team of Luis de la Fuente is also preparing matches against Albania and Iceland, qualifying for the European category in Italy and San Marino in 2019.
The only absence of training has been the Galician side Jonny Castro, of the English Wolverhampton, that has delayed its incorporation to the concentration after being father in the last hours. Further, Thiago Alcántara and José Luis Gayà They performed recovery training in the gym.
The 'Red' will face on Thursday (20.45 hours) to Wales at the Principality Stadium in friendly match, which will serve to prepare the match on Monday (20.45 hours) against England, corresponding to the League of Nations.